Tag: poetry

Jig

I was thinking back to one of my favorite comics this morning as I danced around the room. There are certain songs that make me just dance around like there is no one else in the world. Out of the corner of my eye I caught a glimpse of my grooving and it made me

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Mouse and Cheese

The scent of tears potpourri your sheets, Sights of sorrowful disorder abound, My eyes fear to meet yours, I am left with feet and ground, Clammy cold finger tips touch my arm, There is no one else here, Looking up signals a change, For everything inside I fear, From the corner of my sight, Streetlight

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Styrofoam Cross

It is the seed of desire, The eruption of my pain, With tears in my eyes I continue, The act brings nothing to gain, Guilt stricken my soul, As I release creation itself, I am sick inside my soul, Even with my great health, It is not my body that hurts, The flesh is always

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Box will fit you well

You were thrown into the room that night, Awoken from your deep sleep, Stripped you of your dignity and clothing, Measured you up for your own keep, “This box will fit you well” the suited man said, As he stepped aside to let you see, “It may look like all the others”, “But it is

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Angels Call

The rain and thunder poured down, Upon my blood drenched face, Car flipped over twice in the ditch, Threw me into this muddy place, Headlights swerved into my view, Occupants rushed over to catch a glimpse, They were blocking my view of the sky, What I saw I attempted to make some sense, “Quick call

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